I've had mine on for a year now and they have been loud from day one. I checked to make sure they weren't hitting anything or binding up somehow after they were installed. I found that they were hitting a bracket for a body mount at the rear of the cab just as they came to a stop. I ground a bit off the corner and painted it over to prevent rust and they clear it now. However, they're still loud. I guess its just the mechanism and I have grown used to it.
Same thing happened to me (minus the stroller). I hit my button by mistake in my parking garage at work. Its a tight garage so I back into a spot so its easier to get out. I somehow managed to hit the button and the concrete wall stopped the tailgate. Not much damage, just some scrapes that I covered with touch paint. I may have it repaired at some point. I did not get the warning message or any audible alerts either.
Id take some of the pieces and use them on my AT4 but $95,000 for a truck with a lift and some trim pieces? No thank you. There's a reason Tuscany trucks sit on lots for a while before someone buys them.
I recently switched from Android to Iphone due to everyone in my family having one. Because of this issue, I switched back to Android. The only time I had this issue was with the Iphone. Android works fine.
I just got an iPhone 11 yesterday and noticed my volume turned down as well. I turned the "change volume with buttons" selector off but haven't checked to see if it worked yet. I came from a Samsung and never had any issues with connectivity in the truck.
I have just shy of 20,000 miles on my Duratracs. No issues so far aside from the noise. Not too loud but they hum pretty good at low speeds in town. I spend a lot of time on the highway and they're not bad. They are great on wet pavement as well as snow.
I put my AMP's on after the worst of a central IL winter so I cant speak about how well they'll hold up. However, I had factory steps on my previous truck that were fine after a few winters. No issues whatsoever. I don't expect any issues with these. The key is to keep them clean and lubricated and they should be fine. Time will tell though.
I've never had the factory power GM steps but I have the AMPs on my truck and love them. The factory bars that came on it were almost useless due to the fact that they were way too close to the body. The AMPs are actually functional.
I've only towed a couple of times with mine but I did notice this. Not too annoying but I couldn't figure out why it was on. Seems these trucks have quite a few electrical gremlins that need to be worked out.
I absolutely love my AT4. I drive close to 100 miles a day and have no complaints about the seats. As far as the rear end hop over certain bumps, every truck I have owned has had this issue. While it seems to be a bit worse with this truck, I have never felt unsafe because of it.
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